“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” director Zack Snyder has confirmed to CBS Detroit radio this morning that production on the film is “getting ready to wrap it up and take off” as shooting on the project moves to Chicago.
This wraps months of shooting in Detroit on the film and Snyder used his on-air time to thank the city for their help: “I just wanted to say thanks to you guys for being strong supporters of the movie and coming down and saying hey, and just, I’ve had a great time in Michigan, I just wanted to say thanks to you guys and just to Detroit itself.”
Snyder confirmed that “We head to Chicago after this, then a couple more locations, but we’re getting close [to wrapping completely].” Asked if he’ll be back for the “Justice League” films, Snyder says: “I feel like there’s a pretty good chance we’ll be back. We have a couple of established locations here that I think if we make another movie we would have to come back and shoot that.”
He also joked with the hosts about the previous occasion he called the radio station: “I think the last time I called, we talked a little bit about Aquaman, but it hadn’t been announced that Jason Momoa was gonna play Aquaman. I was trying to protect you guys from his wrath. The man is a monster. The guy is awesome and he’s so passionate. I was hanging out with him here in Detroit and he was loving on it so hard. He’s a great guy, but like I say not a small individual.”